First of all — my gosh, Hurricane Ian looks like it’s been totally terrifying and destructive. I hope you and yours are okay, if you’ve been in its path. If you want to help hurricane victims, The Cut has a great round-up of organizations.

At Lainey: Angelina Jolie stands with the women of Iran.

At NY Mag: “How to Hit Back: The desperate, confused, righteous campaign to stop Asian hate.”

Perfect: An Apology From the Missing Comma in Don’t Worry Darling [Vulture]

Related, and very interesting from Lainey: Stop worrying, darlings (for now).

ICYMI earlier this week, we talked to Hocus Pocus 2 screenwriter Jen D’Angelo about the process of getting ready for her first major red carpet! (Spoiler: She looked GREAT.)

Delightful: It’s About (Danged) Time: Lizzo at the Library! (OF CONGRESS!)

This is a great piece at the LA Times about Jaime Jarrín, the Dodgers’ LEGENDARY and beloved Spanish-language broadcaster, who is retiring from the booth this season. I didn’t know this, for example, and it’s amazing: “Jarrín was so respected by his listeners that when a man hijacked a Frontier Airlines plane to Los Angeles in 1972, he would meet with only Jarrín before releasing the 56 hostages.”

If you love famous baseball broadcasters, the LA Times Dodgers Dugout Newsletter (of which I am, of course, an ardent reader) make me aware of the fact that we have audio of Vin Scully literally reading a grocery list.

Today is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, created after the country’s reckoning with its catastrophic history of  residential schools (which they sadly are not alone in having). In the name of highlighting the brilliance of First Nations creatives, a Fug National sent in a link to a CBC Radio piece wherein a Métis artist named Christi Belcourt talks about the time she worked with Valentino. Of interest to Fug Nation for sure; thanks, Commenter Megopachego! [CBC]

At Collider: ‘The Lost Boys’: Alex Winter on the Film’s Legacy, the Sexy Vampire Trope and Why He’s Going Back to Acting.

This is logistically fascinating: Major League Baseball, Fan At Odds Over Authentication Of Aaron Judge 59th Home Run Ball. [OutKick]

Oh lord: Brad Pitt thinks Emily Ratajkowski ‘is the hottest thing on the planet & they totally gel’ [Celebitchy]

In further Possible Celebrity Dating News: Trevor Noah might be seeing Dua Lipa?! I thought he and Minka Kelly were still going out. He DID just announce that he’s leaving The Daily Show, maybe Trevor is getting set up for a ROMANTICALLY DRAMATIC FALL wherein he focuses on his personal life.  [Socialite Life, Variety]

We know the next Met Gala theme: “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty.” That could be fun, honestly. [Vogue]

At Vanity Fair: Ezra Miller’s “Messiah” Delusions: Inside The Flash Star’s Dark Spiral

Interesting: How a twice-convicted con artist went from scamming Manhattan elites to L.A. dive bars [LA Times]

Useful: The Try Guys Drama and Analysis by an Actual Try Guys Fan. (I’m too old to know about the Try Guys but you’re never too old to love mess.) [Pajiba]

Do you need some just…normal tee shirts? We rounded some up!

This is a good piece: The Gramercy Park Hotel’s Liquidation Sale Was a Real Scene. [Curbed]

IMPORTANT: Fall’s Best Stripes. [The Stripe (where else?)]

I truly regret to inform you that I splashed out for the Hermes lipstick and it is………….very very good. [Nordstrom, affiliate link]

A very fun read: The wallets of destruction, the backpack indignity, and other corporate gifts gone very wrong. [Ask a Manager]

This will be enjoyable to argue about: 100 Best Songs of 1982. [Rolling Stone]

Do we need to bake this? A Glorious Browned Butter Skillet Fig Cake Recipe to Welcome Early Fall. [Eater]

Finally, Lil Nas X Facetiming people as his own (surprisingly good) wax figure is delightful. [Twitter]

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